Here's another project I wanted to share with you.
I used the scalloped circle paper in the Chelsea's Place paper set from Making Memories, the "be inspired everyday" sticker from the same set (how can I not use it when it has one of my taglines on it?!) I also used Brenda Walton's acrylic letter and number stamp set for the numbers. The clockworks are from Michael's and the round base was the top of a box of holiday mugs (you can use the top of a paper mache hatbox)
I glued two of the scalloped circles together to give it some heft. Then I glued the scallop circle to the round box lid.
I covered the hearts with vintage papers and then stamped them with the appropriate numbers. I glued the hearts in place. I stamped the remaining numbers on patches of paper and glued them into place too. (And if I had it to do again, I'd measure and be more exact. I thought it would be whimsical to wing it but it'd be better to have it be more accurate)
I sprayed the entire piece at this point with an acrylic matte finish.
Next I drilled the center and assembled the clockworks.
That's it! Isn't this a fun project? I was inspired to make a clock after receiving the sunshine one from Charlotte Lyons for Baby's room.
Oh my goodness ... this is beyond fantastic!!! I HAVE TO MAKE ONE!!! :)
I love Love LOVE this! Love that beautiful blue, and the scallops, and the text, and the hearts, and that lovely red, and the polka dots....
It goes without saying, but I'll say it anyway, YOU ARE SO CREATIVE AND TALENTED!
Waouh ! It's very nice ! It's a good idea ! I think that i will made one for me ! Thanks to share your creativity with us !
Beautiful! I love all the Valentine ideas you have shared! And I said a prayer for you and the visitation yesterday, too.
What an adorable clock! Love it!
Oh, Amy...that is just the sweetest!!!!!!!!
What an adorable clock!! You are creating even with a baby in your home. Good for you. I remember napping and watching TV with one eye open during those years.
Have a fun day!
Wow that's beautiful. I think I know some little girls that need some for their bedrooms. I've really enjoyed reading about your journey with the baby in the house. Reading what you're going through is a wonderful reminder that there are some truly wonderful people out there still. Thanks for that.
This is the sweetest clock I've ever seen! You did a fantastic job and I love how you explained your process. Thank you for sharing this.
Totally adorable. Thanks for sharing.
You ARE so inspiring. I Love to look at all of your little treasures.
Amy, I just love it! I've been wanting to make a clock too and after seeing both yours and Charlotte's.. hmm.. think I need to do one soon. :) Love those scallops!
This is too cute. I love it. I have always wanted to make a clock for my little girls' room.
That clock is too pretty! I adore it!
ooooooooooooo I love it
it's a good idea !
Stef et sa belette
I'm a french woman and my english is not so good but I would like to say to you that is so cute
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